From a script for a film about Twin Towers:
“It represents capitalism. It represents freedom. It represents everything America is
about. And to bring those two buildings down would bring America to its knees.”
– Line from Nosebleed, a movie originally set to start being
filmed at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001
Bible Codes and flat earth are the subjects of this article. This is a longer post, so for those who are pressed for time and attention span, I’ve included a brief summary at the end.
I will become the ruler of the earth using the powerful prophecies made in the bible code.
The Omega Code
Few figures in the history of technology are more controversial than Wernher von Braun, the card-carrying Nazi scientist who built, by the exploitation of thousands of slave laborers from concentration camps, the world’s first ballistic missile. Working for NASA he became a leader in the American space program, building the rocket that carried Apollo 11 up to the moon. Read more
There are still great truths to say, if we had both the courage to state them and the good disposition to accept them. Freeman Dyson
Mainstream science today is not headed the same direction of the flat earth. You could suppose a sort of secret conjuration took form in the course of the years, contrived with the aim to cover the evidence. Probably just a handful of influential men, endowed with certain personal charisma, were sufficient to build a framework that can no more be put under discussion. Scientific freedom remains an illusion. Scientists have to stay inside the limits of the established rules and only the braves are daring to challenge that implicit command.
When you have to quantify a space, you need a definite unit of measurement. Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement used by ancient Israelites appear frequently within the Scriptures. The original measures of length were clearly derived from the human body: the finger, hand, arm, span, foot, and pace, but, as these measures differ between individuals, they were reduced to a certain accepted standard for general use.